Jane Austen: Her Homes and Her Friends
Johne Lane, 1901
A nice source for Jane Austen fans, and you can read it online here: http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/hill/austen/homes.html. The book was helpful for writing my post “Jane Austen, the Captain and the Smugglers of a Tiny Island”.
Austen-Leigh, William / Austen-Leigh, Richard Arthur
Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters
Smith, Elder & Co., 1913
The book offers an introduction to the family relations between the Austens and Leighs as well as the many cousins. It looks into the romances in Jane Austen’s life from 1795-1802 and the writing of 5 of her novels. There also is time line of Jane Austen’s Life. You can read the book online here: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22536/22536-h/22536-h.htm. The book was helpful for writing my post “Jane Austen, the Captain and the Smugglers of a Tiny Island”.
National Trust, 1998
All you need to know about the building and alterations of the beautiful historic house Lyme Park. The book was helpful when doing research for my post “Writer’s Travel Guide: Lyme Park – An Austen Drama in its Own Right.“